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2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)

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Humanity finds a mysterious object buried beneath the lunar surface and sets off to find its origins with the help of HAL 9000, the world's most advanced super computer.

Director: Stanley Kubrick
Writers: Stanley Kubrick, Arthur C. Clarke.

Release Date: 1968-04-09
Status: Released
Run time: 149 min / 2:29
Budget: $10,500,000
Revenue: $68,700,000
Production Companies : Stanley Kubrick Productions, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Production Countries: United Kingdom, United States of America
Release Date: 1968-04-09
Status: Released
Run time: 149 min / 2:29
Budget: $10,500,000
Revenue: $68,700,000

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Keir Dullea
as Dr. David Bowman
Gary Lockwood
as Dr. Frank Poole
William Sylvester
as Dr. Heywood Floyd
Douglas Rain
as HAL 9000 (voice)
Daniel Richter
as Moonwatcher
Leonard Rossiter
as Dr. Andrei Smyslov
Margaret Tyzack
as Elena
Robert Beatty
as Dr. Ralph Halvorsen
Sean Sullivan
as Dr. Roy Michaels
Frank Miller
as Mission Controller
Ed Bishop
as Aries-1B Lunar Shuttle Captain
Edwina Carroll
as Aries-1B Stewardess
Heather Downham
as Stewardess
Penny Brahms
as Stewardess
Maggie d'Abo
as Stewardess
Chela Matthison
as Stewardess
Judy Kiern
as Voiceprint Identification Girl
Alan Gifford
as Poole's Father
Ann Gillis
as Poole's Mother
Vivian Kubrick
as Floyd's daughter (uncredited)
Kenneth Kendall
as BBC-12 Announcer
Kevin Scott
as Miller
Martin Amor
as Interviewer Martin Amor
Bill Weston
as Astronaut
Glenn Beck
as Astronaut
Mike Lovell
as Astronaut
John Ashley
as Ape
Jimmy Bell
as Ape
David Charkham
as Ape
Simon Davis
as Ape
Jonathan Daw
as Ape
Péter Delmár
as Ape
Terry Duggan
as Ape Attacked by Leopard
David Fleetwood
as Ape
Danny Grover
as Ape
Brian Hawley
as Ape
David Hines
as Ape
Tony Jackson
as Ape
John Jordan
as Ape
Scott MacKee
as Ape
Laurence Marchant
as Ape
Darryl Paes
as Ape
Joe Refalo
as Ape
Andy Wallace
as Ape
Bob Wilyman
as Ape
Richard Woods
as Ape Killed by Moon-Watcher
S. Newton Anderson
as Young Man (uncredited)
Sheraton Blount
as (uncredited)
Ann Bormann
as (uncredited)
Julie Croft
as (uncredited)
Penny Francis
as (uncredited)
Marcella Markham
as (uncredited)
Irena Marr
as Russian Scientist (uncredited)
Krystyna Marr
as Russian Scientist (uncredited)
Kim Neil
as (uncredited)
Jane Pearl
as (uncredited)
Penny Pearl
as (uncredited)
Burnell Tucker
as TMA-1 Site Photographer (uncredited)
John Swindells
as TMA-1 Site Technician #1 (uncredited)
John Clifford
as TMA-1 Site Technician #2 (uncredited)


Production Stanley Kubrick Producer
Writing Stanley Kubrick Screenplay
Camera Geoffrey Unsworth Director of Photography
Editing Ray Lovejoy Editor
Sound H.L. Bird Sound mixer
Sound Winston Ryder Sound Editor
Writing Arthur C. Clarke Novel
Writing Arthur C. Clarke Screenplay
Production Victor Lyndon Producer
Crew Brian Johnson Special Effects
Crew Les Bowie Special Effects
Directing Stanley Kubrick Director
Production James Liggat Casting
Art Ernest Archer Production Design
Art Harry Lange Production Design
Art Anthony Masters Production Design
Art John Hoesli Art Direction
Art Robert Cartwright Set Decoration
Art Dick Frift Construction Coordinator
Costume & Make-Up Stuart Freeborn Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Graham Freeborn Makeup Artist
Sound Malcolm Stewart Sound Designer
Visual Effects Stanley Kubrick Visual Effects
Visual Effects Douglas Trumbull Visual Effects

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  • “2001: A Space Odyssey'' is in many respects a silent film. There are few conversations that could not be handled with title cards. Much of the dialogue exists only to show people talking to one another, without much regard to content (this is true of the conference on the space station).

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  • 2001 - A Space Odyssey is one of only sixteen films directed by Stanley Kubrick. Others include: A Clockwork Orange, The Shining, Spartacus, Dr. Strangelove, and Lolita. Each one is different and stands out on its own.

  • 2001: A Space Odyssey is an experience, with one of the best soundtracks ever. Full Review. Jared Mobarak Jaredmobarak.com. August 29, 2018. 2001: A Space Odyssey shows violence, deception, and ...

  • 2001: A Space Odyssey review – still visionary after all these years 5 / 5 stars 5 out of 5 stars. A timely rerelease of the Kubrick classic that influenced a generation of sci-fi films

  • Summary: 2001: A Space Odyssey is a countdown to tomorrow, a road map to human destiny, a quest for the infinite. To begin his voyage into the future, Kubrick visits our prehistoric ape-ancestry past, then leaps millenia (via one of the most mind-blowing jump cuts ever conceived) into colonized space, and ultimately whisks astronaut Bowman (Dullea) 2001: A Space Odyssey is a countdown to ...

  • Stanley Kubrick is alive and well and living in Outer Space. Those filmgoers who have wondered what happened to the man who gave screen birth to “Lolita” and “Dr. Strangelove” can stop ...

  • 2001: A Space Odyssey is one of those must-see films that is important in understanding other films. I’d estimate that about half of the audience will be angry with the film and the other half would be fascinated.

  • A stand-alone monument in cinema history, Stanley Kubrick's magnum opus 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) is an undeniable masterpiece. 2001 not only shattered science fiction genre conventions, but gave cinema a whole new meaning.

  • On April 3, 1968, a sci-fi epic premiered in New York, paving the way for decades of projects to follow in the footsteps of the title, 2001: A Space Odyssey.